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The Man Behind The Lens

Steve Rosset currently heads up communications at Last Frontier Heliskiing. Previously Steve assumed the role of project manager at Thomas Consultants Inc, where he specialized in crafting development strategies for large scale real estate projects throughout North America, Asia and the Middle East.

Steve has a passion for exploring the world around him and sharing his experiences with powerful and stimulating photography. As a seasoned traveler, he is forever embarking on new journeys and reporting back with captivating imagery.

Having experienced various forms of foreign study, living and work, a global perspective is deeply rooted in Steve’s life philosophy. The unique experiences that define his travels are a key source of his everyday inspiration.

Steve lives in the wonderfully photogenic province of British Columbia, Canada. The majestic natural landscapes and vibrant urban character of Vancouver inspired many of Steve’s early photographic projects.

Today, photography continues to be one of Steve’s favorite pastimes. He tries to have his camera on hand at all times to capture those perfect moments. If you would like to learn more about Steve, or hire him for a project, please contact him directly through this site.


Steve Rosset Photography

Steve Rosset photography started up in 2007 catering primarily to stock photography agencies. Over the year Steve’s photos have been widely used in a range of media. His photographs have been featured in travel publications, inflight magazines, real estate advertisements, newspapers and blogs.

Steve contributes imagery to all the leading stock agencies including Getty Images, iStock, Shutterstock, Dreamstime, Fotolia, BigStock, 123rf and Demotix.

In addition to stock photography, an extensive portion of Steve’s travel imagery is for sale on an individual basis. His travels have taken him to over 50 countries around the world and thus he has an extensive portfolio of travel inspired photographs, some of which can be seen in his flickr gallery.

If you wish to inquire about Steve’s work, please contact him through the contact page.